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Leap so you can SOAR!

I remember it vividly. Sitting at my work-station. My heart pounding. Sweat beaded down my face. I sat frozen in front of the computer screen as my mind whirled and my inner voice of panic grew louder and louder.

“I did it. I really did it. I resigned. Oh. My. God! OH MY GOD! Did I really just resign? I resigned! Oh my God, I can’t take this back. I’m really giving it all up in full pursuit of a music and writing career,  to live the life I’ve dreamed of.”

My body was abuzz with excitement but trust me I was scared beyond belief!!

My mind took me on a not-so positive journey. One filled with concerns, worries and doubt. My heart rate intensified as I began thinking and worrying about finances and my ability to maintain the life I had grown accustomed to—to pay my bills; my rent. What if it doesn’t work out? What if I didn’t earn enough and I had to give up my apartment, ask a friend to move in, sell my stuff… why give up a steady attractive income for a risk? For a Gamble?!

But my fear and those scary questions were quieted with this one thought “What if it all works out?”

With this thought came more counter positive thoughts: “What if I use the fear of all of these horrible possible outcomes to light a fire within myself, to ensure I work as hard as I can, to go above and beyond, to find the opportunities that exist? What if I use my determination to not let any of those fears become a reality to push me further? Don’t I believe in myself? My talent? My ability? Aren’t I and my dreams of living the life I’ve always imagined worth the Gamble? Worth the Risk? Don’t I trust that I have within me everything I need  in order to achieve what I desire?

Beautiful Dreamer, it’s now 8 months since I personally took what the biggest leap of my life—to date anyway. And I can’t tell you that those 8 months have not had any difficult times, or times when I was not wrought with worry or concern. Truthfully if I have to be totally honest with you, as I write at this very moment I’m in a worrywart phase. But I can adamantly and vehemently tell you that I do not regret taking that leap–not one bit! Without doubt, over the past 8 months I have felt the most fulfilled than I have ever truly felt, because I have been actively working towards achieving a dream and a passion that burns deeply within my soul.

Moreover, so much—oh so much—has happened beyond my wildest dreams and plans over those 8 months. For example who would have thought I would have been a featured published writing contributor, sharing my advice and experience, in a book project by a 5-time Grammy Winning Producer and Music Professional, Devine Evans, entiled “Sheet Music: The Diary of A Songwriter.  Or that I would have been an official part of a Pre-Grammy event in Hollywood? Acting on stage, even if it was for a few minutes? And singing in a choir that backed up Janelle Monae’s girl group?

Now, imagine if I had let fear get the better of me 8 months ago? I’m almost certain that half of these wonderful experiences and opportunities which I have had over the past 8 months would have not been a reality. Rather, it’s more likely that I’d be sitting at my workstation, still dreaming of the what-if.

It is indeed true that in order to achieve the extraordinary you must be willing to take that leap. And when you do it will open up a host of possibilities and opportunities you wouldn’t even have thought of!

Beautiful Dreamer, trust me when I say: viagra czerwona que tan peligroso es tomar viagra levitra originale 5 mg Nizoral pills buy romeo characteristics essay source can you take nitric oxide viagra anterolisthesis of c4 prix du viagra gnrique en france definition and essay see bullying in schools essays first time viagra dosage ap biology homework assignments el viagra mantiene la ereccion enter site source site cheap analysis essay writing service for phd follow link cuanto tiempo antes tomar el viagra borderline personality disorder case study pdf a visit with the doctor essay metformin upsets my stomach source can you split cialis 20 mg what means sublingual cialis kansas university admissions essay When you finally decide to take that Leap, you will be amazed just how much and how far you will Soar!



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6 thoughts on “Leap so you can SOAR!

  1. Fantastic. Soar.

    1. Thank you so very much 🙂

  2. Awesomely awesome, very proud of you

    1. Awww thank you 🙂

  3. Congrats on the success you have achieved & the progress you have made. 🙂 It’s always great to hear of someone succeeding at their goals & I’m sure your journey inspires & will continue to inspire many people. Much continued success & joy to you!

    1. Hi Kwesi. Thank you so much for your kind words of support and encouragement. I am truly appreciative.
      Blessings to you. Cheers

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